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MLA206 - ** FILE **The burnt Superferry 14 lies on it's starboard side as rescuers search for missing people in Mariveles, Bataan province northwest of Manila in this Sunday Feb. 29, 2004 file photo. An 11-pound TNT firebomb crammed in a TV set that went off on a passenger ferry in Manila Bay last, killing 116 people in the Philippines' worst terror attack, employed a Jemaah Islamiyah bomb design that could be set off by an alarm clock or a cell phone. Al-Qaida's Southeast Asian ally is sharing bomb-making expertise with Muslim militants in the Philippines, providing at least nine explosive designs and eight chemical recipes to help ragtag insurgents become more lethal, according to government reports. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila/File)

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